Thursday, December 27, 2007

A New Year's Gift...


...will give us MUCH COLDER weather as we transition into 2008. We are currently looking at the chances for snow on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

Our latest, Local Weather Forecast can be seen by clicking here!

A massive blast of cold air from Canada will invade the Middle Tennessee area for the start of the new year. Forecasts indicate we could see our coldest air yet for this winter season. Some computer models indicate snow flying the first two or three days of January, but I'm waiting until we get alot closer to those days before getting excited about the opportunity.

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7 comments:

Rowdy57 said...

Hey got any spare heat?

Looks like it's going to get real cold!

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Hey Man...

Looks like I should've gone ahead and got that gas fireplace installed!! :)

Appears to be the coldest air of the season...

Your site is coming along nicely! How's the weather station working?

Anonymous said...

Hey Mike,

Send some of the snow showers down this way to Hoover Alabama...Hope you had a great Christmas

Rowdy57 said...

So far so good. It seeems to like where I moved the indoor station to. I've still got it mounted on a tripod and pole for now. But I've got a pole and working on some mounts for the rain and temp sensors. Building a radiation shield for the temp sensor. Depending on weather I hope maybe to have the whole thing compleated by 1/1. I'll shoot you a pic when it's done.

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Send some to Hoover...hmmm, that is a TALL ORDER..*LOL*..just kidding..we'll do our best!

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Bill...glad to hear it is working...can't wait to see the picture of the radiation shield..have you signed up for the LaCrosse users group on Yahoo Groups yet?? ..they have GREAT information to help you keep your station and your WUHU working properly.

Rowdy57 said...

Not yet - but I will sign up.

The shield so far is easy to do and I'll have about $15.00 in it.

I'm working to make it easy access to change the batteries as needed.

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